These products can cost you up to a thousand dollars and are on every mum's shopping list at some stage. However, their lifespans range from three to six months at best and are highly dependent on your baby. They may be necessary, but there's a more cost-effective solution to getting them.
Today I've put on my graphic designer hat and illustrated some of the most common types of breastfeeding access in nursing wear. I've also put together a list of pros & cons for each style to further help you decide on the best style for your needs.
Many first time mums naturally assume that sterilising baby feeding equipment is a no-brainer because that seems to be what everyone says and is doing. But is it really? In this research article, I look at recommendations from medical and science communities in the UK, UK and Australia.
Back when I was pregnant with my first child, one of the first things I Googled was, "How to store breast milk?" I knew it involved a container of some kind, but I was surprised to find that there are in fact many storage solutions on the market.